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  • [Chorus]
    Heavenly Father
    You're the One We're Waiting on
    Because without you there's no way that I can stay strong
    I can't go on any longer on my own
    so hear me when I say
    Heavenly Father, we need your help today

    Dada dingdingding...
    I'm ringin your bell
    Yes it's me
    Come on now let me in
    I've got to see you
    And no one else will do
    I need your help

    You said if ever there was a time a time I needed you
    You would come through
    Yes if ever there was a time and time we needed you
    You know that it's everyday...every way...

    [Chorus]

    Lord I'm sorry for all the wrong I've done
    And you say, you know it really doesn't matter at all
    I'm gonna make it
    Cause Your word said I could
    And I believe

    You said if ever there was a time a time I needed you
    You would come through
    Yes if ever there was a time and time we needed you
    Yes if ever there was a time and time we needed you
    You know that it's everyday...every way...

    [Chorus]

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